There are 4 different types of activities and they are: Task, Meeting, Break and Time-Off. Tasks are activities that are meant to be things you need to do at work. Meetings are activities that are meant to be meetings with one or more coworkers at work. Breaks are activities that are meant to be time out from work while at work. Time-Offs are activities that are meant to be PTOs, specifically vacations and sick days.

Viewing activities is extremely simple. You can view your activities in two different ways and the main way to do that is within the activities tab (list icon). All of your activities are ordered by recency. You can also view individual activities by tapping an activity from the activities list and then view each and every property of the activity.

You can also filter activities by tapping the filter button (horizontal levers icon) by specific filters such as date ranges, activity types, open (non-completed), teams or by activities that you specifically created yourself.

You can also edit the contents of the activity by tapping the activity and then tapping the edit button (pencil icon). You can then change any part of the activity.

You can complete any activity that you created yourself or were tagged in by a coworker by simply tapping an activity from the activities list. You can then easily complete the activity by tapping the complete button (bottom) when you are viewing the individual activity. You can also swipe (iOS) or long-press (Android) to complete an activity from activities list as well.

You can delete any activity that you created yourself or were tagged in by a coworker by simply tapping an activity from the activities list. You can then easily delete the activity by tapping the delete button (trash icon) when you are viewing the individual activity. You can also swipe (iOS) or long-press (Android) to delete an activity from activities list as well.

Last but not least, you can create a new activity tapping the add activity button (plus icon) and then choose the specific type of activity along with the self-explanatory contents or properties of the activity.

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